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Synonyms for decouple

disconnect or separate

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eliminate airborne shock waves from (an explosive)

reduce or eliminate the coupling of (one circuit or part to another)

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Is the motive simply to cover up the mistake of the train operation of [the decoupled cars] or part of an effort to sabotage the entire operation?
While cross compliance integration of environmental and farm programs helps prevent programs from undermining crop prices and causing environmental damage, some analysts have pointed out that conservation compliance could become a rationale for continuing inefficient farm subsidies, such as those not decoupled (Tangermann, 2014).
Further, structure decoupled control model of half-car suspension is analyzed in Section 4; meanwhile the decoupling controller is derived.
indica rice production and sales between 1997 and 2008 in a generalized method of moments (GMM) estimator to measure the extent to which decoupled payments offered under the 1996 and the 2002 farm bills affected rice acreage planted.
The One Princeton card may be the first decoupled debit card in the country to bring a local market focus and charitable purpose into its value equation, according to the president of the Princeton Merchants Association.
The decoupled ports can then be matched using the microstrip open stubs with characteristic impedance of 50 Q.
Based on this, the relation between the decoupled voltages and the actual measured voltages is built.
Together, these developments would imply that emerging markets have decoupled from advanced economies.
Figure 12 illustrates the LCS zones associated with the decoupled IF rating.
Romania does not want to be decoupled from Bulgaria and will not bow to additional conditions on its way to the borderless Schengen Area, its president has said, asserting his stand so far.
Therefore, coupling between service faults and operational faults can be decoupled.
Before the control, the controlled multivariable system is decoupled into a set of single input single output (SISO) systems.
Summary: Locally traded Ukrainian equities decoupled from global markets on Monday, with the UX Index posting the worldEoACAOs worst daily return at -3.
Motorola Inc (NYSE:MOT), a provider of communications equipment, today announced that MetroCast, a cable television operator across nine US states, is to deploy the Motorola BSR 64000 TX32 Decoupled Downstream Module to enable it to scale its Internet service across its broadband network.
The connection inductance depends on the distance between the vias, which connect the capacitor to the planes, and the distance from the top (or bottom) mounting location to the planes that are to be decoupled.